This month our Photo Gallery is dedicated to the activities and pastimes that are enjoyed in the area.
Without doubt, our area is very important for its birds and these attract many human visitors, especially in spring and autumn when many migrants pass through. Spurn is owned and manged by the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust. Many relics of two World Wars can be seen, especially some of the remaining pill boxes.
Sea fishing is a relaxing way of spending a few hours but is often preceded by the more strenuous activity of bait digging.
Many walkers visit the area and for the less energetic a bus runs along the Point on Sundays and Bank Holidays during the summer.
Residents enjoy bowls in the Community Hall in Easington and three football teams play in local leagues.
Anyone doubting the beauty of the area should hang around until evening when some spectacular sunsets over the Humber can be seen.
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